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just for info.

At 02:24 in the early hours of the 9th the ISS will pass directly above Jupiter on an azimuth of 103 degrees and with a separation of less than 2 degrees. If you have your head buried in the eyepiece or in a laptop it would be worth looking up to catch the ISS coming out of the shadow as it passes Jupiter ;)

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Thanks for that heads up - had my head in the lap top but nipped out with the binos for a look see, impressive sight - the 2 brightest objects in the sky passing close to each other. And as a bonus I caught a meteor in the South, and noticed a brightish patch in the East, swung the binos over to find the Pleiades. :smiley:

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